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As part of our Spring Conference ECR blog series, Catrin Harris, Imperial College London and Gurpreet Singh Sodhi, Cranfield University, share their experiences of Core Research Parallel session 1B: Storage.
As part of our Spring Conference ECR blog series Mohaned Aboshatta, University of Strathclyde, Xu Yang, University of Nottingham, Serap Ozmen, Cranfield University, write about the Core Research session 1A:
As part of our Spring Conference ECR blog series, Shervan Babamohammadi, Brunel University London, discusses  Prof Mathieu Lucquiaud’s presentation during Plenary session 1. A window to better understand Carbon Capture
As part of our Spring Conference ECR blog series, Xiaoya Zhu, University of Nottingham shares her experience of Plenary session 1: UK ongoing capacity initiatives Plenary session 1: UK ongoing
As part of our Spring Conference ECR blog series, Michael High, Imperial College London shares his experience of Plenary Session 1: UK ongoing capacity initiatives. Plenary session 1: UK ongoing
As part of our Spring Conference ECR blog series, Kranthi Jonnalagadda shares his experience of the UKCCSRC Spring Conference. What a useful CCS conference!! Wednesday 20 April On a nippy
As part of our Spring Conference 2022 resources, members of our ECR community have written blogs about our conference that took place 20-21st April 2022. For our first piece in the
We’re excited to share a blog report from one of our Flexible Funding 2020 projects, Salman Masoudi Soltani’s Biomass combustion ash in carbon capture. Here’s what the team have to
It’s been a good week for blogs from our Flexible Funding investigators! We’re really happy to share our second blog report for this week, the blog report on Feasibility study
We’re pleased to share the blog report as an output of ‘Advancements in mixed amine atmospheric kinetic models‘, one of our Flexible Funding 2021 projects from Dr Kevin Hughes and